Anyone who wants to speed read must first understand some of the basic concepts behind speed reading. One of the most important of these is “eye fixation” - the way that eyes move and stop on words that you read. A reader is able to read faster if the eye makes a fewer number of … [Read more...]Share this post!
Sleep is vital. We all know that. We also heard about those popular phrases "Sleep is for the weak” or “I’ll sleep when I’m dead.” We smile about them, but forget about them when we are tired and become nervous, annoyed or sloppy fellows. But, what does it have to do with … [Read more...]Share this post!
There are many speed reading tools that come for free. If I think of my hands, fingers, brain or eyes then I already have the most important reading tools on hand to fine-tune my reading strategies. Additionally, there's a bunch of web based tools available. Some of them are … [Read more...]Share this post!
While searching for websites about speed reading, I found a few interesting articles covering strategies to read more efficiently. Though those posts may target teachers or university students the strategies are classic fast reading techniques (skimming, scanning), so everyone … [Read more...]Share this post!
Most readers are probably used to do one focus stop for each word while reading. We jump from word to word in order to get their meaning. This habit means a lot of work for the eye muscles, and as those muscles are not very strong eyes can quickly get tired from reading. A few … [Read more...]Share this post!